Paul Finebaum was in town Friday
to promote his book "My Conference Can Beat Your Conference: Why the SEC Still Rules College Football."
Paul held a book signing
at Books-A-Million at Peachtree Mall.
Here's the short answer to
why the SEC is crushing the competition:
"The most important thing I think was in 1992
when they started a conference championship game," Paul explained. "That
separated the SEC from everyone else, and then it grew. In 2003 when Saban won
a national championship at LSU, and then Auburn nearly won one the next year --
should have won one, and then Tebow, and then it was on with Saban going to
Alabama, Les Miles, then Cam Newton, and it doesn't seem like it's ever going